I started my farm business from the polytechnic – Bolarinwa Kashif O.
Uzoma emerges farmers’ coop President
A year after border closure: Stakeholders speak on rice production
AFAN Crisis: CAC Declares Farouk’s Faction Illegal
Lightning kills 17 cows on a farmland in Osun
Border closure: Enugu govt urges people to embrace rice farming
Flood: Register farms with insurance scheme to avoid total loss — Govt.
Destroyed farm in plateau
Anger as herdsmen graze on N3m maize farm in Oyo state
50% of farming still done with hoes in Nigeria”
Poverty/Begging abandonment of farming: Way out (4)
Breaking: Herdsmen set Falae’s farm ablaze in Ondo
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RMAFC calls for exploration of resources in agric, tourism, solid minerals
The Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) has urged all states and local governments to show serious commitment to providing enabling environment to exploit potential in tourism, agriculture and solid minerals.
Buhari inaugurates N30b Olam poultry, feed mill
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday inaugurated the N30 billion Integrated Feed Mill, Hatchery and Breeder Farm in Kaduna.
Kewalram Chanrai, Mahindra Launch Farm-To-Folk Initiative in Nigeria
SPRINGFIELD Agro Limited, a Kewalram Chanrai Group company, in partnership with Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., a part of the US $19 billion Mahindra Group with a growing global presence, has announced collaboration with Katsina State Government, and launched the Farm-To-Folk initiative. An end-to-end farm mechanization solution, the Farm-To-Folk initiative will develop agriculture and farming ecosystem in Nigeria and provide customized farming solutions for every need of the farming community.
Osun launches farm institute in Ago Owu
Gov. Rauf Aregbesola of Osun state on Thursday launched a research and training farm institute, sited on 205.5 hectares of land in Ago Owu, Ayedaade Local Government Area of the state.
Recession: Farm settlements to the rescue
THERE appears to be a consensus that the government will need to stimulate the economy by pushing more money into the society. Government itself has stated that its recovery programme will be private sector driven; and through some social safety net measures such as the school feeding system and direct employment of teachers.
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